After long time, I have something to upload here.
The drawing and the general concept of this vehicle is inspired from the UK Supacat ATMP, but in my own view. My vehicle is longer and 8x8 instead of 6x6, features a more powerful engine and I think that a secondary transmission with specially design belts would be more reliable than chains. Designed originally for Hellenic Army Mountain Brigades and Paratroopers, it features a Mercedes-Benz turbocharged diesel shared with some versions of Hellenic license built G-Class W462 together with MB automatic box. Most obvious differences from ATMP is that the A1700 has a convectional steering wheel, pedals instead of handlebars, rectangular hull and windscreen front. The A1700 supposed developed in late 1990's to early 2000 and entered full production in 2006. Deployed in Afghanistan, A1700 had much better performance from ATMP and its commonality with MB W462 simplified its supply chain. The success in Afghanistan and marketing resulted in export sales (Armenia, Georgia, Mexico and India). Latter bought production license because of the large order. Beside HLK, A1700 is in service with Cypriot National Guard.
Note that except HLK and Cypriot A1700s, rest are the "High Altitude" variant with even more powerful MB military spec engine.
All variants shown are those in service in HLK/Cyprus.